Tuesday, 12/20/2022
Congestive Heart Failure In Dogs: An Overview

We all want our pets to live healthy and long life, and a condition like heart disease can be frightening even to imagine. But in reality, sometimes dogs can either be congenitally born with heart disease or acquire it through various variables, including age, food, illness, or infection. Knowing the signs, symptoms and the care […]

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Tuesday, 12/20/2022
Ear Infection In Dogs (Otitis Externa): Symptoms and Treatment

Otitis externa in dogs is a common inflammatory disease of the external ear canal, including the ear pinna. In 20 percent of dogs, this ailment can be acute or chronic and occurs when the layer of cells of the external ear canal becomes inflamed. If your dog has been shaking his head excessively and scratching […]

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Thursday, 09/15/2022
Canine Influenza: A Comprehensive Guide To Pet Owners

The spread of the H3N2 virus among dogs has made its way into the public consciousness. The majority of dog owners are completely unprepared for this scare. For those who own a pet, it’s essential to understand how this virus spreads, why it’s so dangerous, and how you can protect your furry friend from contracting […]

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Thursday, 03/24/2022
Steps to Potty Train Chiweenie Puppies

Chiweenie puppies are tiny, and due to the small bladder, they can’t hold pee for a longer duration! Check out the following steps to potty train your Chiweenie puppy: Restrict Your Puppy To One Area Establish a ‘home base’ for your Chiweenie puppy to restrict it to one designated area. Use small gates or a […]

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Thursday, 03/24/2022
9 Ways to Prevent Pet Allergies

Pets can bring a wealth of joy into our lives, but they can also introduce allergens into our homes. Even if your furry friend is the sweetest, most well-behaved pet in the world, they can still produce histamines and other substances that can make you sneeze, have itchy eyes, or even break out into hives. […]

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Wednesday, 03/23/2022
National Pet Poison Prevention Month: March

Introduction March is observed as the  National Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month. The third week of March is also celebrated as Pet Poison Prevention Week. The National Safety Council encourages certified veterinary professionals to take this opportunity to educate pet owners. Accidental poisoning in pets is a primary concern among pet parents. Although Veterinarians and […]

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Friday, 02/18/2022
Common Health Problems in Senior Dogs

Dogs become more susceptible to illness as they age. Aging is a natural process, and with age, your senior canine companions go through physical and mental shifts. You can witness a decline in their coat quality and reduced skin elasticity.  You also may witness hair loss and white hairs in your pet, and with age, […]

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Wednesday, 02/16/2022
Best Natural Immune Booster for Dogs

As a pet owner, you are aware of the value of nutrition in uplifting your furry friend’s immunity. Like in humans, pets’ microbiome also affects the immune system. Going by data, your canine friend’s microbiome contains 70% of their immune system. It is essential to take care of your canine immune system because weak immunity […]

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Tuesday, 01/18/2022
German Shepherd Puppy Teething

Just like most mammals, German Shepherd puppies aren’t born with teeth. Along with being blind and deaf, German Shepherd puppies are toothless when they are born. They start to get their first set of teeth only after three weeks.  And if you are parenting a German Shepherd puppy for the first time, their teething process […]

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